What do you do if you drop a stitch in knitting?
Once again, bring the safety needle underneath the strand of yarn above the dropped stitch. Pull the dropped stitch over the strand of yarn and off the needle. Once the stitch is back on the needle, the knitting will look pristine with no trace of the dropped stitch. It’s like the dropped stitch didn’t even happen!
Why do I end up with an extra stitch when knitting?
The most common reasons that extra stitches occur are either accidental yarn overs and inadvertent knitting into space between stitches. An “accidental yarn over” occurs when you bring your yarn to the front of the work (as opposed to keeping it in the back).
How do you fix two dropped stitches?
Many beginning knitters think the only way to fix a dropped stitch is to rip back all your work until you get to the row that the stitch dropped down to. Don’t do it! No matter what the stitch, it’s almost always easier to simply pause in your work to pick it up with a crochet hook.
How do you pick up stitches at the end of a row?
ALONG A ROW – END EDGE Wind the yarn around the needle and pull through a loop to form the new stitch. Normally you have more gaps between rows than stitches you need to pick up and knit. To make sure your picking up is even, you will have to miss a gap every few rows.